Yes, but they kind of warp a little over time. They wouldn't be very attractive either
I used it as a pad for a home AC Condenser unit on the roof of my house. It's really well made and sturdy, but, I wouldn't be able to guarantee parking a car on it.
Radiant heat shouldn't be an issue if the source is far enough removed. Exposure to direct heat such as burning embers may cause damage immediately. The plastic will start to melt around 120-130 degrees C (248-266 F).
Yes although please note that modifying your product will void your warranty.
I really would not suggest it. It is made out of plastic with some reinforcement girds on the back side but i dont think they would hold up under any sort of weight. i think using solid ground would be a better choice.
Kell, I don’t know the weight limit as we purchased these to make an area where our Two 96 gallon trash cans sit. They are strong but when placed on top of flat soil, they will sink with the weight of the item sitting on them. They might work
Probably not, they are too soft. I would think the weight of the unit would squish the pavers.
They have rough texture that should prevent it. You can always order them online and return if you still think so.
Not sure how much heat, but it held up on the roof of my Riverhouse in Needles and it gets hot out there (125+ at times). It will hold up to full-sun in the desert.
We are currently out of season for the 24x24 inch paver pad in Grey and 12 x 12 inch pavers, we do have sand color available on Homedepot.com of the 24 x 24 inch. Also the 16 x 16 inch paver pad in sand as well in stock on Homedepot.com.